Harbin Ice Divers Photo Essay
These photographs were taken on a recent trip to Harbin. Click the picture to scroll through the slideshow. jQuery(document).ready(function($) { var owl = $('#ngg_slideshow155561'); owl.owlCarousel({ items: 1, autoHeight: false, dots: false, autoplay: true, autoplayTimeout:... 
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Chinese Succession and Chinese Foreign Policy
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on CNN’s website on April 19, 2012. It can be found here. It is reprinted here with the authors’ permission. By Neil K. Shenai & Bernard Geoxavier Two weeks ago, Chinese President Hu Jintao published an editorial in The People’s Liberation Army... 
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Bo Xilai and the Politics of Chinese Succession
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on CNN’s website on March 28, 2012. It can be found here. It is reprinted here with the authors’ permission. By Neil K. Shenai & Bernard Geoxavier On March 15, the Chinese Communist Party announced the removal of Chongqing Party Chief Bo Xilai, a popular... 
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By: Hannah Lincoln A Chinese person asking me if I’m used to using chopsticks and eating Chinese food has always been a sure way to tick me off, especially if that conversation is in Chinese. You would figure they would know that if I speak Chinese, I must have been studying at least a few years, and that in... 
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Cave Adventure in Guangxi
By: Gabriel Nelson “Hey! Hey! Shine your light over here! Look! Look! Shine it here!” The four hyperactive little boys buzz around me like mosquitoes, distracting me as I try to take a pretentious photo of some old personal photographs lying on the cave floor. “Yeah, okay, okay.” I turn my flashlight... 
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Career Day

// Mar 22nd, 2012
Career Day
By: Xiao Liang Getting up at six in the morning is definitely not something fun or cool. But it was still amazing to see how our center beauties and handsomes dress up nicely in suits when daytime was still yet to come. After sleeping for two hours on the bus, everyone woke up and energetically started talking about... 
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